"No ray of sunshine is ever lost, but the green which it awakes into existence needs time to sprout, and it is not always granted to the sower to see the harvest. All work that is worth anything is done in faith." - Albert Schweitzer
General sense of direction...? How does that work? The only way I know to get around is to memorize streets and highways. If I don't know exactly how to get somewhere, I figure out which direction it's in, and head that direction. If something's southeast, I'll just keep taking roads that lead southeast until I get where I want!
My sense of direction is very poor if going to a place for the first time. However, I never forget a place I have been. And Penelope, don't feel so bad, Atlanta is a horrible mess to navigate.
<- still has Atlanta memorized from when he lived there...9 years ago? I loved that place. It's like driving through a battlefield. Except no one is shooting at you, and all of the other soldiers don't know wtf they're doing.
It's like driving through a battlefield. Except no one is shooting at you, and all of the other soldiers don't know wtf they're doing.
Yeah, all while hoping and praying it doesn't start raining...and even worse, God forbid there's a "huge ice storm" that will cripple the city for 2-3 days. Any day it's raining I know it's gonna be at least and hour and a half to get back home! Oh ATL, how I love and hate you all at the same time!